Jacksprinter’s Sunday post is silence. Nothing could mean silence more to me than watching the sunset over Roy Lake and capturing the magical, silent moments of the days end. Peaceful. Lovely. Silence of heart, soul and mind. Or capturing the last bit of day’s light over Cranberry Lake in Siren, Wisconsin. I can’t think of a better way to enjoy and experience silence and peace of mind than a beautiful sunset. To view more entries, click here.
Picture of sun setting over Roy Lake in Nisswa, Minnesota. From our cottage porch, I watched the sunset over this old fishing boat every night for a week. Hearing the melodic cry of the loons in the foreground, I felt at peace. It was beautiful and will sure be missed.
We snuck in on the last day of Strawberry picking out at a farm near Nisswa. There were slim pickings indeed but the strawberries still melted in your mouth and dripped crimson red juice all over your hands. Better luck next summer!
We’re back! Our third annual family vacation in lovely Nisswa, Minnesota. I found my favorite photo subject from last year. An old boat. Here she is at early evening. I will be sure to get her again at sunset several times!
Greetings from Minnesota…wish you were here! Photo taken last July in Nisswa, Minnesota during a family vacation. Now that we are in the dead of winter and it has finally gotten cold her I am thinking back to the warm, sensational summer vacation we had in northern Minnesota. We watched the sunset and listened to the loons cry their melodic songs. There is nothing better than summer in Minnesota. With well over 10,000 lakes, beauty and nature surround you. The […]